Get Clarity on New Legislation and Legal Best Practices Addressing AI in the Workplace
Recent developments in artificial intelligence (AI) technology have produced new opportunities and challenges for employers. From the EEOC's initiative on AI and algorithmic fairness to proposed state rules and regulations, this concise overview sums up the changes you need to know and offers practical advice on how to utilize AI in the workplace. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge - register today!
Get an in-depth look at the EEOC's latest initiative on AI and algorithmic fairness.
Hear of emerging developments in state laws.
Discover the pros and cons of using AI in work settings.
New EEOC Initiative on Algorithmic Fairness and AI
New and Proposed State Laws and Restrictions
Common Uses of AI in the Workplace: Hiring, Termination, etc.
Joseph C. O'Keefe is a partner in the labor & employment law department and co-head of the restrictive covenant and trade secret group with Proskauer Rose LLP in New York City. He is an experienced trial lawyer who, for more than 30 years, has litigated employment disputes of all types on behalf of employers, before federal and state courts, arbitral tribunals (e.g. FINRA and AAA), and state and federal administrative agencies throughout the U.S. Mr. O'Keefe has litigated employment-related lawsuits alleging breach of non-compete agreements, theft of trade secrets, discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblowing, wage and hour violations, Title IX violations, breach of contract, defamation, fraud, and other business related torts. His practice includes representing clients in complex class and collective litigation, including alleged violation of state and federal pay equity laws, violations of wage and hour laws, and discrimination claims. His experience includes appellate work in both federal and state courts. In addition to his extensive litigation practice, Mr. O'Keefe regularly advises employers, writes, and speaks on a wide range of employment related issues. He counsels clients concerning pay equity, use of artificial intelligence in the workplace, management of personnel problems, ADA/FMLA compliance, reductions in force, investigation of employee complaints, state and federal leave laws, wage and hour issues, employment policies and contracts. He earned his B.A. degree from the College of the Holy Cross and his J.D. degree from George Washington University National Law Center. He is a member of the New Jersey State, Essex County and American bar associations.
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